Várices ectópicas en yeyuno proximal asociadas a sangrado recurrente en paciente sin cirrosis hepática

  • Mauricio Melo Clínica Martha
  • María Teresa Galiano Clínica de Marly
Palabras clave: Hipertensión portal, várices yeyunales, sangrado intestinal bajo oculto u oscuro

Resumen

Las várices ectópicas (VE) en yeyuno son alteraciones vasculares infrecuentes, asociadas en mayor medida a la hipertensión portal (5%). Cuando se presenta sin esta asociación son aún menos frecuentes.

Presentamos un caso de sangrado crónico intestinal de varios años, sin hipertensión portal proveniente de várices localizadas en yeyuno proximal, su curso clínico, los elementos de diagnóstico empleados y terapia quirúrgica.

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Biografía del autor/a

Mauricio Melo, Clínica Martha

Gastroenterólogo, Clínica Martha. Villavicencio (Meta), Colombia

María Teresa Galiano, Clínica de Marly

Gastroenteróloga, Clínica de Marly. Bogotá, Colombia

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Publicado
2014-12-30
Cómo citar
Melo Peñaloza, M. A., & Gaiano de Sánchez, M. T. (2014). Várices ectópicas en yeyuno proximal asociadas a sangrado recurrente en paciente sin cirrosis hepática . Revista Colombiana De Gastroenterología, 29(4), 439-445. https://doi.org/10.22516/25007440.442
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